<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/34747690″>Oh, the Places You’ll Go at Burning Man!</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/parkerhowell”>Parker Howell</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>



If you are reading this blog, you are probably not at Burning Man this year.  Oh, the places you’ll go, do not include the vast Black Rock Desert village in Nevada that hosts the biggest, baddest, most imaginative gathering on planet earth.  Burning Man was not always a dry desert affair, the event actually started on San Francisco’s own Baker Beach.

As it grew in popularity and steam, it morphed and moved out to Nevada as well.  It got some rules and regulations and it got huge.  Back in the day, Burning Man was a free event, today tickets cost up to 400 bucks or more.  Speaking of stats, there were 20 crazy cats at the first Burning Man in 1986, while this year the cap was controversially set at 60,900 crazy cats.

So, if you’ve never been, you probably wonder what all goes on out there.  This year you can watch the festivities from the Burning Man live ustream cam and they made this cool video, in the calm before the storm, illuminating, among other things, oh, the places you’ll go…

Enjoy!  Safe travels and exotic adventures to each an every one of those 60,900 crazy cats out in Black Rock Desert this week.  I’ll be burning something this weekend, too, just for you.

These are the kinds of automotive vehicles you will find at BM-the rest are banned.